CMS Advisory: ECM systems are not SOA-compatible

CMS Watch, an Olney, Md.-based analyst firm that evaluates content technologies, finds enterprise content management (ECM) products ill-equipped to meet the security requirements of service-oriented architecture (SOA). “Separating out the SOA hype from the ECM reality remains difficult, as vendors have aggressively positioned their products as SOA-ready—while most are not,” s...

04/01/2008


CMS Watch , an Olney, Md.-based analyst firm that evaluates content technologies, finds enterprise content management (ECM) products ill-equipped to meet the security requirements of service-oriented architecture (SOA).

“Separating out the SOA hype from the ECM reality remains difficult, as vendors have aggressively positioned their products as SOA-ready—while most are not,” says Alan Pelz-Sharpe, lead analyst for the CMSWatch report on SOA. “When vendors talk about SOA, they mostly mean that they have SOAP-enabled their APIs, but that's not really the point.”

CMSWatch says an SOA-ready ECM solution should have these characteristics:

  • Awareness of the location of content items, whether originals, duplicates, or previous versions;

  • Interactivity with Identity Management protocols and products;

  • Real-time, bidirectional integration with directory servers;

  • Ability to remotely control access to content items;

  • Ability to track change history on content items occurring remotely; and

  • Synchronizing off-line devices to monitor and manage data copied there.





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